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the front row. they knew that the muslim brotherhood formed in egypt and pushing to take a takeover of mubarak and they didn't understand that the message was support for the voices of those folks sitting in the front row. and after that speech, our then secretary of state, hillary clinton, made the statement that mubarak needs to be gone yesterday, he needs to be gone yesterday. the egyptian people didn't understand why it appeared to them that the new administration was supporting the muslim brotherhood opposing mubarak and implying that the leader of the muslim brotherhood should come to power. and as they demonstrated in the streets, mubarak was pushed out and into elected office -- was the leader of the miami brotherhood. and it is incompetence in the government and each move was that they wouldn't some another election and the individual ights they had was going to be diminished. and the 83 million egyptians, of which 5.6 million voted for morsi as president and he did an incompetent job and as the economy went into shambles. we were better off under mubarak, they said. on jun
-year health costs, has been observing that you've seen three years in a row of very low health growth. if you look on a per beneficiary inflation adjusted basis, medicare growth has been 0.0%, and medicaid has actually fallen. that the economy doesn't have a substantial impact on medicaid, so some poem debated whether or not the recession caused the slowdown. i think anyone would argue that that's a major cause of what you have seen in medicare. it's been a combination of policies in the affordable care act that have helped reduce the cost and increase the quality as well as underlying structural changes in the health system. and you have seen both the actuaries, independent outyear projections for health expenditures. bowgeen the administration all assume that a lot effects would continue and result in lower spending in the future than was riginally projected. >> because they were projecting a deficit of 4% of g.d.p., how much does the health care calculations factor into that differential? >> the biggest difference is policy. you just quoted the c.b.o. number which assumes no policy. the pr
you have seen in your -- i don't know how to describe it, and prevalent experience. >> well, i have also -- i have also come in contact with individuals who are in prison, on death row. they make no attempt to profess their innocents. they would prefer life as opposed some death. but someone who would make a statement like that to kill someone that is but an insult them commences leave them in a sell by themselves. you let them out at the appropriate times. you do not just like the men all and forget about it. if i was to do that or you were to do that to someone in euro you would go to prison for that. it is inhumane. >> thank you. i know that center and others maries the question about women, incarcerated women. you know the vulnerabilities that they have. think about other categories, those who are being held for immigration efficent -- offenses which are technical violations, not crimes perce. no question about it. and the vulnerability they would have because of language and culture and the threat of deportation. what can you tell us about those women and what they face? >> wom
where there is a college and they closed the college two days this year in a row, one day, just because of the cold. i walked to the store that day. i said, this is laughable that these young kids can go to school today -- can't go to school today and most of them were on campus, so they just walked to the dorm. i am 73 and walked to the store and back. i just think they could carry the let's move a little farther and make it easier for people to move that don't drive. host: thank you for calling in. james, from washington state. caller: hi. we were talking about this problem. i think the real problem in this country is not obesity, it is hunger. ebc are notple on getting enough and they are trying to put limits on what you can buy. i think there should not be any more limits. in problem is not obesity this country, but people who were not getting enough. host: thank you, sir. a couple of last tweets. that wraps up our comforts this morning of the first lady's let's move campaign and the fourth anniversary of that to combat childhood obesity. left this minutes morning. the houses coming
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